Dara Zink says women’s safety has always been near and dear to her heart. So she took an entrepreneurship class—with no previous experience starting a business—and launched a self-defense program in Bennington.
We’re on the countdown to the most important day of the year at CCV: commencement! We’ll celebrate the Class of 2018 on Saturday, June 2 at Norwich University. We congratulate all of our grads and wish them the best in their future endeavors! Happy reading, and don’t forget to share your own news at firstname.lastname@example.org!
For Shanna LaFlamme and Tracy Moyer, leadership starts with listening. Both are dedicated to helping their neighbors face mental health and substance abuse issues, and they say that often the most effective way to do that is by going back to the basics.
The winter weather might be winding down, but activity at CCV is ramping up. We’re celebrating the hard work and many talents of students, staff, and faculty around the state. Happy reading, and don’t forget to send your own news to email@example.com!
Welcome to fall semester! We’re kicking it off with a burst of bright updates from across the CCV community. Happy reading, and don’t forget to share your own announcements and accomplishments at firstname.lastname@example.org!
MONTPELIER, Vt. — Community College of Vermont (CCV) and the Vermont Department of Labor (VDOL) are partnering with area employers including K&E Plastics Inc., J.B.M. Sherman Carmel, Inc. and G.S. Precision, Inc. to offer a Certified Production Technician (CPT) course in Bennington, beginning September 21. This course, which is free to participants, is the first […]
During the dog days of summer, CCV students, faculty, and staff are staying busy! Check out the latest goings-on from throughout the state.
February brought in some good news for lots of members of the CCV community; projects have gotten underway, certifications were received, art shows opened and travels undertaken. Read on to learn more about what’s been happening in the CCV universe lately.
We all have skeletons in the closet, but CCV instructor Luisa Millington brings hers out to share with students.
“I have analyzed more than 3,000 human remains because Rome is a very unique situation,” said Millington, who is a native of the Italian city. “Rome has volcanic rock that is very acidic, so what happens is the acidity decomposes the flesh very quickly but preserves the bones, which is why we have so many necropoli around Rome, and every necropolis has hundreds and hundreds of human remains that need to be studied.”
Trish Weill is pretty tethered to her students.
That’s because students in the design-related classes she teaches are using technologies such as Pinterest, Tumblr, or WordPress, to work and connect with her both in and out of the classroom. Her familiarity with using technology in the classroom was the subject of her breakout session at the Southern Vermont Educators annual symposium last month. And it was a topic the owner of DelishDesign and CCV instructor of six years was thrilled to talk about with K-12 educators.